• Anne-Maree Wells

    Street Art: Ceramic book building in Amsterdam. By Sanja Medic, Melle Hammer and Susanne Laws. photo by Barbro Norman. via Street Art Utopia

  • Rebecca Gibbons

    Street art #Graffiti #StreetArt #Bookshelves

  • Yang(uL)

    A Dutch building. A 10 meter high wall in amsterdam west, designed with ceramic books by andrevanb (via libraryporn) #Streetart

  • liberal sprinkles

    a 10 meter high wall in amsterdam west, designed with ceramic books. photo by andrevanb (flickr) #books #wall #design #buildings

  • Sacha Hope

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